Ariel Oseasohn

Associate, New York



Ariel Oseasohn is an associate in the Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance group at White & Case in New York.

His practice focuses on advising developers, lenders and government entities on project analysis, development and finance in the power (conventional, renewable and clean energy) and infrastructure spaces. He has advised clients on complex project financing schemes including financings utilizing federal government programs, bond private placements, and term loan B facilities. 

Prior to joining White & Case in 2018, Ariel worked in the Washington, DC office of an international law firm, having previously trained and practiced at one of Israel's preeminent law firms.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
Israel Bar Association
Master of Laws (LLM), Banking, Corporate, Finance, and Securities Law
Georgetown University Law Center
Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
Hebrew University of Jerusalem


Representation of Morgan Stanley Energy Partners in connection with its investment in SolMicroGrid, a developer and operator of solar-enabled microgrid systems for commercial and industrial customers, and in connection with SolMicroGrid's negotiation of commercial agreements for development and operation of microgrids at customer locations.

Representation of Morgan Stanley, MUFG and Credit Agricole in connection with the US$545 million term loan B refinancing of the 725 MW natural gas-fired CPV Shore power plant in Woodbridge Township, NJ. 

Representation of GenOn in a US$620 million restructuring and Term Loan B refinancing of sixteen peaker merchant power plants in NJ, OH and PA.

Representation of Morgan Stanley, MUFG and bond investors in a US$420 million private placement construction financing for the 620 MW natural gas-fired Hill Top power plant in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

Representation of Macquarie and other lenders in the US$205 million acquisition financing of midstream onshore oil and gas infrastructure.  

Representation of a bond investor in closing a US$56 million bond project financing, partly guaranteed by the United States Department of Agriculture (Business and Industry Program), for construction of a bio-chemical plant.*

Representation of a biofuel developer in the development of a US$220 million animal-waste anaerobic digestion and wastewater treatment project.*

*Matters prior to joining White & Case.